Burkholderia pseudomallei in Unchlorinated Domestic Bore Water, Tropical Northern Australia
Mark Mayo, Mirjam Kaestli, Glenda Harrington, Allen C. Cheng, Linda Ward, Danuta Karp, Peter Jolly, Daniel Godoy, Brian G. Spratt, and Bart J. Currie
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Menzies School of Health Research, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia (M. Mayo, M. Kaestli, G. Harrington, A.C. Cheng, L. Ward, B.J. Currie); Royal Darwin Hospital, Darwin (L. Ward, B.J. Currie); Northern Territory Department of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts, Darwin (D. Karp, P. Jolly); Imperial College, London, UK (D. Godoy, B.G. Spratt)
Figure. Venn diagram of sequence types (STs) determined by multilocus sequence typing found in Burkholderia pseudomallei strains from bore water (n = 15 STs), human cases (n = 31 STs), and other environmental samples (n = 30 STs) from the rural region of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
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